Submitted by doctorstrange 882d ago | news

Eiconic Games: “We Love Sony for Giving us Indies a Chance to Shine on Their Platforms”

Eiconic Games had a busy day today as they announced that their PS Vita title, Total Recoil, would be releasing on the PSN this Wednesday in Europe for £1.99/€2.49 and July 9th in North America for $2.49, complete with 1 gold, 1 silver and 13 bronze trophies. - PSLS (PS Vita, Total Recoil)

sherimae2413  +   882d ago
as of late, more and more indie devs are into sony, i guess that only shows how comfortable are with working along with them ^_^
remanutd55  +   882d ago
I like indie games but i want more AAA exclusive titles on my vita, i hope sony announce more at Gamescon. I mean im looking forward to Tearaway, Killzone Mercenary but come on there needs to be more.
Blank  +   882d ago
I agree that the vita needs more AAA games but you got to admit some indie games offer more value than some AAA games. My personal defintion of value for a game is replayability and game mechanics to complement the replayability
sherimae2413  +   881d ago
i agree rema-chan ^_^ who knows gamescom might deliver this time just like last year for the vita..

if that happens again.. and more vita games are announce this gamescom...
then expect every year that gamescom will be more about the vita and not e3..
Pillsbury1  +   882d ago
Sonys always been about small developers, which only leads to more creative and innovative games for us gamers. Next gen is gonna be sweet!
showtimefolks  +   881d ago
self publishing and treating these indie developers like actual gaming partners can go a long way

MS had a lot of indie stuff with xbox360 but they became all arrogant and stuff
Pillsbury1  +   882d ago
Ps4 is gonna be an amazing era for games, period. Cannot wait till its here.
Kevlar009  +   882d ago
It's seems every day Sony and Nintendo score another Indie game/victory. MS has had nothing but negative press on Indies for awhle now. When I transistion into Next-gen I will definitely need to check these games out.
dalibor  +   882d ago
Some Indie games can be more fun than AAA games. Indie games have the ability to try something new and be different with less risk involved. Indie games should always be supported on a platform/service when possible.
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ltachiUchiha  +   881d ago
Great ghing about indie games vs triple a games are u will always get a bargain out of indie games & like many stated alot of them bring fresh & innovative games to the table & some of them bring more value then alot of the half azzed triple a games u have to spend alot more buying if u dont like waiting for prices to drop.
elhebbo16  +   881d ago
how is sony gonna filter out the shitty indie games? or is it literally open for EVERYONE (who is a indie developer)?
nolifeking  +   881d ago
They can't filter out sh**ty big budget titles. Bad games are part of industry like it or not.
tarbis  +   880d ago
$2.50 for this fun game? I'm already prepared to pay $10 after I saw the crazy gameplay.

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